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\'inclusion means acceptance of diversity in a classroom\' rite a speech on this on the basis of the poem in MCB. please someone reply...............

Asked by Sunanda(student) , on 28/7/11


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inclusion means acceptance of diversity in a classroom write a paragraph

Posted by www.shubham.coo...(student)on 3/8/11

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 inclusion means acceptance of diversity in a classroom ' rite a speech on this on the basis of the poem in MCB. please someone reply...............

Posted by Soumya Viju(student)on 4/8/11

 inclusion means acceptance of diversity in a classroom ' rite a speech on this on the basis of the poem in MCB. please someone reply...............

Posted by Yash Shah(student)on 7/8/11

for us in our school there is a group discussion in this c.5 question .......so any one had done like these things means plzzzz reply me

 

Posted by Asha Monisha(student)on 9/8/11

General Strategies

Become aware of any biases or stereotypes you may have absorbed

Get to know your students and treat each student as an individual

Monitor the climate in your classroom, perhaps with anonymous mid term evaluations

and identifications)

Recognize the complexity of diversity (i.e. heterogeneity within groups, intersecting identities

Communicating and Fostering Respect

color vs. minority, Asian not Oriental)

Be attentive to current preferred terminology (i.e. underrepresented students or students of

Learn about groups other than your own

Convey the same level of confidence in the abilities of all your students

Don’t try to “protect” any group of students

Be evenhanded in acknowledging students’ accomplishments

Be aware of possible misinterpretations of students’ nonverbal behaviors

Pedagogical Approaches

Use inclusive language and examples

Learn to correctly pronounce students’ names

Look for opportunities to give personal attention and validation to students

Be aware of cultural difference in participation

Assign group work and collaborative learning activities

Vary formats for presenting material (visual, auditory, collaboratively constructed)

Describe the content of visual aids

Speak clearly and at appropriate volume and pace. Pause after important points.

Course Content and Material

Try to select texts and reading whose language is gender neutral and free of stereotypes

Aim for an inclusive curriculum

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Don’t assume that all students will recognize cultural, literary, or historical references familiar to

Class Discussion

Emphasize the importance of considering different perspectives

Make it clear that you value all comments

Balance openness and safety

Encourage all students to participate in class discussion

Monitor your behavior in responding to students

Do not treat students as spokespersons for their demographic group

Based on: Davis, Barbara Gross. Tools for Teaching. San Francisco: Jossey

Include an online discussion component Bass, 2009.

Pamela Barnett, Ph.D., Associate Vice Provost and Director, TLC

Teaching and Learning Center

Temple University

Managing Hot Moments

input.

Establish ground rules for discussion and managing conflict. You might do this with student

Think ahead, to see what could possible arise, given the topic at hand

Don’t intervene immediately. Give students opportunity to navigate the tension

a. Have students write about the conflict, then talk in pairs

b. Depersonalize the situation: “Some people think that way. What assumptions are they

making?”

c. Keep discussion focused on issues, not individuals, so students can retreat from

untenable positions

d. Repeat back the exact words of offensive comment as accurately as possible, and give

student an opportunity to rephrase

e. Explain why a comment is offensive or insensitive

f. Ask students to comment

g. Ask students what they have learned from the moment

h. Use the moment as an opportunity to discuss the learning environment in the group

i. Defer – tell students you will deal with the issue, but deal with it later

gather your wits and make a plan that will be effective

If things are too heated, Stop. You might: ‐‐ in order to

Assignments and Exams

Give assignments both orally and in writing

Share your expectations and grading criteria

presentation, website design, poster. . .

Consider giving more than one option for conveying learned knowledge or skills: paper,

Design print exams for universal access, with large font and space between items

Provide frequent and on going feedback

Be sensitive to students whose first language is not English

Help students form study teams

Give assignments and exams that recognize students’ diverse backgrounds and special interests

Use a variety of names in classroom examples and test questions

Posted by Ragavendran Ran...(student)on 13/8/11

Give a speech on ' inclusion means acceptance of diversity in a classroom. '

Posted by Assi Dif(student)on 29/8/11

please give a proper para (about 120 words)...

Posted by Sourav Misra(parent)on 3/7/12

  1. inclusion means acceptance as the very spirit of inclusion is accepting all diversities
  2.  

Posted by Kaushik(student)on 20/7/12

somebody plz type in a proper para on this topic...in abt 120 words..

Posted by bloomingflower2...(student)on 30/7/12

inclusion means acceptance of diversity in a classroom against the motion

Posted by Rohan Kumar(student)on 1/8/12

can anyone help, "inclusive education means acceptance of diversity in the classroom"write a speech on the topic. please.

Posted by Sidhi(student)on 14/7/14

The Warnock Report of 1978 changed the concept of educating the disabled. The concept of Special Education Needs and the integrative approach were initially introduced. Following the Warnock Report, many children who had previously been educated at special schools were placed into a mainstream setting, which was further expanded into inclusive practices following the World Conference on Special Needs Education (UNESCO 1994).

Historically, children who are gifted and talented have been left out of the many debates on inclusive education and special educational needs (Smith 2006:12). There are several aspects of classroom education today, which still fail to consider the needs of their most able students, instead concentrating on addressing the inclusion of those who have specific, often diagnosed, barriers to learning. My own setting automatically issues children with Individual Education Plans (IEPS) if their attainment fails to meet a set criteria- however there is no equivalent plan to support the needs of those who exceed attainment criteria. It does seem reasonable that if we are to accept that inclusive is merely ensuring that those who may struggle to access the curriculum have strategies put in place to assist them, that able children would have no place in this debate as it could be assumed they access learning easily. However, if we remember that there may be barriers to able children meeting their potential or accessing their talents and gifts, along with the individual and diverse needs of our most able learners and consider the wider and more recent definitions of inclusive education, such as that of Frederickson (2006). His views suggest that to be fully inclusive, the diversity of all students needs to be at the forefront of principles, which then raises the question as to how inclusive is education which is on offer to gifted and talent children.

Posted by Rohan(student)on 5/8/14

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